An excellent cookbook, with some of the most wonderful recipes I've ever tried. It is history bubbling in a pot on the stove.Published 12 days ago by Gail Dancy
Although I live in Chicago now, my Mom is from New Orleans and I have great memories of Creole and Cajun food. This is my go-to cookbook for Creole cuisine. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Christopher Van Houten
The two cakes I made the pound cake and the carrot cake were the best cakes we have ever eaten!!!!Published 1 month ago by tellin the truth
This has many receipts that I've been looking for, like the original home made ones. Very nice for a older printed book, not the pictures like many new books, but very good old... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Stony Man
I purchased the paperback version of this book and I don't like how difficult it is to use. The commentaries, while informational, are not very well-written. Read morePublished 2 months ago by TangerineSkies2005
Accept no substitutes! This is the only New Orleans cookbook you'll ever need... and once you start to use it, the only one you'll ever want.Published 3 months ago by Bosmar
I just returned from New Orleans. Wonderful food. Wanted to know how various dishes are made. Like turtle soup that
was so yummy. Bread pudding.
True New Orleans recipes. Written in a very enjoyable manner.
As advertised....truly N'alins. If you want to taste the city, this
A great book of recipes; clear, concise, easy to follow with recipes that call for ingredients that are for the most part,readily available. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Paul C. Jent